Haqooq Ul Ibad

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Importance of haqooq ul ibad in Islam

The difference between Islam and other religions is that they are limit to worship only, while Islam is a complete discipline of life and that is why it demands total submission.
Allah Almighty said that, “embrace islam completely.”
Our Holy Qur'an was revelaed to us for our guidance with Man as its Subject... With this blessing to mankind, we Muslims have been invited to the right path... Allah (swt) said “Ye are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in Allah... Surah Al-Imran: 110)

Haqooq ul Allah and Haqooq ul Ibaad are the two most important aspects in a life of a Muslim to complete his Faith. Haqooq Ul Ibaad is the duty we
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In Islamic terms “Silah-Rahimi” is used to denote good treatment towards relatives. In a social life a man mostly deal with his relatives after the member of his family. In the Holy Quran as well as in the Hadiths decent treatment with relatives has been repeatedly emphasised. Allah Almighty says in the Holy Quran
“And provide to the relatives their due rights “
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has said
“Whoever violates the rights of relatives shall not go to paradise.”

Rights of Orphan

In the Islamic faith, all children have the right to be clothed fed and protected until they are adults, to receive love and affection from their parents. These rights don't end when children become orphans, whose caregivers are primarily responsible for protecting orphans. The Qur'an clearly sets a tone for the treatment of orphans in Islam:
"Treat not the orphan with harshness" (Qur'an 93:9)
If an orphan is wealthy, an orphan's guardian is responsible for protecting the orphan's inheritance until the orphan is legally able to assume control of it himself. The adoptive family is not allowed to combine an orphan's property or wealth with its own:
"Give orphans their property, and do not substitute bad